MCTAVISH Butter Ball Surfboard

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Item No. mctavish-butter-ball-surfboard-white
$875.00
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$875.00
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As surfboards cannot be shipped express and require a signature on delivery, please ensure your shipping address will be attended during business hours Monday to Friday.

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Features:

"After a slightly frustrating, mostly inspiring surf on a mini Simmons I shaped the first Butterball. I totally dug the straight plan-shape which allows you to go so short, and the extra thickness gave great paddle and a buoyant 'above the water' feel, which feels great in small waves, think fun! The 4 fin set-up gives it positive direction, you just think and it turns, but works with the parallel outline for length projection. The stringer-less blank lets you load power into a turn and flings out with speed. A novelty board that can be taken as serious (or not) as you like. Fun fact: Butterball was my nick-name as a toddler, apparently I had super fat round brown cheeks and a shock of white blond hair.. Bennie Butterball... Thanks mum n dad..." - Ben McTavish

Specifics:

  • Style: Quad Surfboard
  • Colour: White
  • Construction: Stringerless PU blanks (extra flex)
  • Fin Configuration: Quad
  • Fin System: FCS II
  • Rails: Chambered flat deck rail to a low modern bottom rail, full length tucked edge
  • Concave: Deep single, full length
  • Rocker: Flat to flatter
  • Lightweight 4x4x4 lamination
  • PLEASE NOTE: Fins Not Included

Size Guide

Length Volume
5'0" 30.3L
5'3" 32L
5'5" 33.2L
5'7" 35L

About The Brand

Founded by surf industry pioneer Bob McTavish, McTavish Surfboards have been in production non-stop since 1962. The boards have been manufactured under many labels over the years, as Bob has shaped for the likes of San Juan and Morey-Pope.